OFSAA PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS
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3 Concorde Gate, Suite 204 Toronto, Ontario, M3C 3N7 Phone: (416) 426-7391 Fax: (416) 426-7317 www.ofsaa.on.ca Job Posting ASSISTANT DIRECTOR The Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) is an organization comprised of high school student-athletes, teacher-coaches, teachers, principals, and sport administrators all committed to the philosophy of “Education through school sport”. Our primary responsibility is to work with volunteer teacher-coaches to provide quality Provincial Championships for Ontario's student-athletes. We also play an important role in providing other programs and services that support coach education and school sport at the provincial and local levels. Job Summary The assistant director plays an integral role in the management and delivery of the Federation’s programs. Working closely with volunteer councils and committees they ensure high quality programs are developed and implemented that respond to the needs of students, teacher-coaches, schools, and our eighteen athletic associations. Principal Duties Reporting to the executive director, the assistant director will: Liaise with championship convenors in the management and execution of seventeen boys’ championships and one co-ed championship. Represent OFSAA at championship coaches’ meetings, banquets, medal ceremonies, and competitions. Coordinate Sport Advisory Committee meetings and provide support, assistance, and advice to those committees. Liaise with Provincial Sport Organizations to ensure the Sport Advisory Committees are aware of issues, opportunities and trends. Assist with the preparation of funding applications and reports to the Ministry of Health Promotion and other funding sources. Manage the ongoing administration and development of the Federation’s online system for athlete registration and statistics collection. Prepare annual participation statistics report regarding student participation in high school athletics. Contribute articles and promotional materials for inclusion in The Bulletin magazine. Attend meetings of the Committee for Boys’ Activities, Representatives’ Council, Executive Council, and other committees as required. Provide information, guidance and support to these volunteer groups. Coordinate the development and delivery of the Coaching in Ontario Schools coach education program. In conjunction with the executive director, recruit sponsors for the Federation, negotiate sponsorship agreements, and ensure obligations to sponsors are met. Qualifications Degree or diploma in the field of Sport Management or Physical Education, or Bachelor of Education. New post-secondary graduates are welcome to apply; minimum of two years experience is preferred. Proven ability to work with a variety of different personalities in a non-profit, volunteer setting. Knowledge of the Ontario education and sport systems. A teaching background with experience in school sport is an asset. Bilingual in English and French is an asset but not required. Valid driver’s license. The salary range is $43,000 to $59,800 plus benefits and a generous pension plan. Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume and cover letter by December 11, 2008 to Beth Hubbard at email@example.com. We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.